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Final Justice: The True Story of the Richest Man Ever Tried for Murder by Nai...
Final Justice: The True Story of the Richest Man Ever Tried for Murder
by Steven Naifeh, Gregory White Smith
Mass Market Paperback - 528 pages
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The co-authors of
The Mormon Murders
explore the murder trial of multimillionaire Cullen Davis, who killed two people at the Fort Worth mansion and used his power and wealth to protect himself from murder charges. Reprint.
This story is remarkable not for the actual amount of money that T. Cullen Davis had, but for the way in which he was allowed to spend it during his murder trial. Not only did he bring into Dallas the best, the flashiest, and the most vindictive defense attorney money could buy, he also was allowed to turn the whole trial into an unbelievable (at least outside of Texas) circus in which even the jury members were treated to prime steaks every night, courtesy of the defendant. Steven Naifeh and Gregory White Smith deliver this tale with both tact and panache: they discover the sad substance beneath the surface glitter, they bring to life the many eccentric characters involved, and they have a fine sense of the absurd.
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